• Australia
    • Northern Territory
Animal Viewing Bird Watching Hiking

Program Details

Program Tags
Adventure Travel Cultural Immersion History
Intensity Level
Coach Bus Tour Bus
Hotel Lodge Resort
Max Capacity


Starting Price
$3,250 USD
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Driver Meals Park Fees
Jun 25, 2019
Jun 25, 2019

About Program

Be awed by Australia’s magnificent Top End, where you'll discover untamed waterfalls, vast wetlands, ancient culture and Dreamtime artwork.
Explore Kakadu, an ancient landscape of billabongs, gorges and hidden canyons teeming with spectacular wildlife. Admire beautiful rock art and hear stories of the Dreamtime. Embark on an Inspiring Journey to the haunt of the Lightning Man, Aboriginal clans and the mighty crocodiles that roams Kakadu’s floodplains.

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Program Highlights

  • World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park
  • Enjoy an exclusive Aboriginal cultural experience
  • Stay in luxury accommodation at Cicada Lodge and Wildman Wilderness Lodge
  • Learn about Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr
  • Get off road on the Marrakai 4WD track

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Amazing trip

What a great trip! We got to swim in 3 watering holes, view amazing animals in the wild, the properties we stayed in were incredible! The Wildman's Wilderness Lodge was my favorite stay. We swam in the pool while watching kangaroos and wallabies hopping around all around us. There was a river near by that we walked to and saw crocs in the wild. The tents were an amazing experience! You could hear the animals walking around at night. It was second to none!

We took a cruise down the East Alligator river and saw quite a few crocs and birds. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly.

We also saw quite a bit of ancient rock art and took a hike to watch the sunset.

We also visited a cultural center where we met Manuel, a local aboriginal who taught us how to make fire, paint with the items we find in nature and all about his family and culture.

I would recommend this tour to anyone who is looking to spend time with wild life and in nature! It was the trip of a lifetime!

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